Hi Dorothy, thanks for your question. It is a bit too late for me to make a phone call and that service would cost your more, which honestly you don't need for this appraisal.
Old upright player pianos are very common on the used market as they were produced in high numbers prior to the depression. I note your mention of the issues the piano has, with the keys veneers and air reservoirs. Considering the very old age and the condition issues, the piano won't have much value. Old pianos are not valued like antiques--rather they depreciate over time as the parts wear.
In the current used market, I would recommend a selling range of approximately $350-$700. Best wishes!Please select a positive rating before leaving--this is how I'm credited for working with you. Thanks!